On this page you will find useful information relating to school life at Manor.
For futher details please feel free to contact the school office. Thank you.
Free School Meals (FSM)
If you are in receipt of certain benefits, your child may be entitled to
Free School Meals and milk. If you think that you may be eligible please
contact Wirral Borough Council or come into the school office for an application form.
Please remember that the school budget benefits if you claim Free School Meals even if your child doesn’t take the meal.
You may choose to pay for school meals, the cost of which is £2.30 per day
and is payable in advance to the school office. Thank you.
Universal Infants Free School Meals (UIFSM)
As of September 2014 all Key Stage 1 (Foundation 2 to Year2)
pupils will be entitled to a free school meal. This is different to FSM (above).
Please inform school office if you which your child to take a school lunch or if he/she
will bring a packed lunch.
School Milk for Over 5's
Don’t forget that if you wish your child to receive milk in school from
January 2014, you must register and pre-order your milk via Cool Milk at
Grey or black trousers
(or shorts in the summer)
White or pale blue polo shirts
or white shirt
Royal blue sweatshirt or pullover
Grey skirt / pinafore
(or grey school pants in winter)
White or pale blue polo shirts
or white blouse
Royal blue sweatshirt or cardican
Blue & white check dress in summer
Navy or black shorts
Black pull on pumps
Pump / kit bag to hang on a peg
School starts at 8:55 am
KS1 Lunch 12:00 to 1:00 pm
KS2 Lunch 12:15 to 1:15 pm
School finishes at 3:15 pm
F1 Morning Session
Start at 8:45 am
Finish at 11:45 am
F1 Afternoon Session
Start at 12:15 pm
Finish at 3:15 pm
Health & Safety Notices
Bike & Scooter Riders
Please ensure children walk their bikes and scooters out of the premises
as the slopes leading down to the gates make speeds dangerous and difficult
to stop in the event of vehicles and other pedestrians passing.
Help us to avoid any injuries and promote road safety awareness.
Cycling helmets should be worn by cyclists.
Elbow and knee pads should be worn by scooter and skateboard riders.
No jewellery should be worn.
Plain studs are permitted, however need to be removed
for PE and extra curricular.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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